The Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport (CABOS) presented its first report to sports ministers at their meeting in Melbourne, Australia, who endorsed the report as part of the meeting Communiqué.
The report provides policy recommendations and brings together case studies and examples from throughout the Commonwealth showing how sport can be used to:
Click here for the full report. The Executive Summary of the report which contains the introduction and policy recommendations only can also be downloaded via the attached link.
The case studies and examples in the report have been divided according to each of the 4 policy areas: health benefits of sport and physical activity; education through sport; using sport to develop leadership and participation in the community; and building inclusive communities through sport. Each document also contains the policy recommendations for that particular area.
The case studies and examples across all 4 policy areas have also been divided into Commonwealth regions to provide a regional perspective on CABOS’s work.
Each case study and example gives detailed background information on the project, the partners involved, and the outcomes and policy implications involved. There is also contact information for the key personnel involved in the projects.